Album: Single Release Only (2017)
  • This emotionally driven track was written by songwriter Luke Daniel, a friend of Graham Coxon's who ended his own life in 2016 after a battle with chronic pain. The track is a double A-side, featuring both of their versions. Coxon said:

    "In this business we're in, I've spent a lot of time with blokes in buses and God knows what for the last 25 years. And it's really, really tricky, we hardly talk about anything personal."
  • The proceeds from are being donated to CALM: The Campaign Against Living Miserably.


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